Alex in Wonderland by Max Monroe

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Alex in Wonderland by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comAlex in Wonderland by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comAlex in Wonderland by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: I am a huge fan of the duo that calls themselves Max Monroe and I’m sure we all fell in love with them when we fell in love with Kline and Georgia and everything Billionaire Bad Boys. . .we swooned, we escaped, our toes may have even curled, and we certainly laughed our asses off, but my warning before I get started is this. . .Alex in Wonderland is not Billionaire Bad Boys, I suppose I should probably elaborate a bit. If I had read the entire Billionaire series, then read this book, without first knowing who wrote either. . .I would’ve never guessed that they were written by the same author. While there were portions of Wonderland that were reminiscent of the wit and humor that Max Monroe brings to the pages, this story was so different than what I was expecting. . .but don’t worry, different was good. . .real, real good.

Alex in Wonderland will be told through the POV’s of both Alex and Matt.

Let’s kick this off with Alex Little. Needing a restart, Alex is fairly new to the L.A. area, transplanting herself from San Diego. We meet her after she was fired from her job as a bartender, recently picking up a job as Sparkles the Rabbit. Working for a princess party company was never high on her aspiration list, but bills need to get paid and food needs to be eaten, so at this point, rabbits can’t be choosy. But no worries, if it wasn’t for a sweaty ass. . .her life would’ve never changed.

Matt Hadder lost his mother, his only parent when he was just six years old. And because of this life altering event, John Hadder waltzes in and introduces himself. . .as Matt’s father. Matt Hadder is the head of Wonderland, Inc., an organization that can do about anything one would want and get about anything one would need. And no clarification is needed on “anything”, it literally means. . .anything.

Eventually the likes of Matt will meet up with Alex and all of this goes down when Alex is masquerading as Sprinkles the Rabbit. Well, she is actually sitting in her bra and panties and Sprinkles is laying next to her. . .apparently it’s hot as fuck in those costumes. Without giving too much away let’s just say that Alex may or may not have heard something that wasn’t meant for her ears and it’s up to Matt to find out if the rabbit knows anything, because if she does, he may or may not have to “take care” of it, and by “take care”, I mean it may be time for a BXTCHE to swim . When he finds her sitting in nothing but her underwear, Alex hits Matt’s radar and she has certainly piqued his curiosity. 

Alex’s life takes a giant step up when Matt offers her a job and she accepts. For Matt, one of the reasons for the job offer is to keep a close eye on a liability, for Alex one of the reasons she accepts is pure intrigue. That intrigue, well that and the need for nutrition. The interest only grows when she has the opportunity to witness her first Wonderland party and decides to come back for more.

If that seems vague, it’s because it it. Even if I wanted to tell you BXTCHES what it is that Wonderland does, I couldn’t, it was too much to keep up with. Just know that not all is on the up and up and there is a shit ton of money involved. It’s got lots of drugs, parties, pleasure girls, and not to mention a presidential race is at stake, so is your curiosity peeking out yet? And that BXTCHES is all I’m gonna share, but just know this. . .expect the unexpected.

Max Monroe may be brilliant when it comes to creating a leading couple that makes your heart patter a bit, but they are as equally brilliant when it comes to creating a cast to support those leads and Wonderland gives us a bit of everything. There are those you will love and there are those you will hate and those that you will love to hate. The layers that each character created didn’t allow for downtime. Chapter after chapter, page after page, you will be longing to get just a little bit more and not only from Alex and Matt, but we get Aunt Delores and Deena (the cat) and Cal and Jessie Cat and a whole slew of individuals that will keep you turning the page and make it almost impossible to put down.

Once you dive into Matt Hadder’s inner dialogue, there will be no doubts left when it comes to his bedroom abilities. And once you get a peek inside of Alex’s, there will be no doubts left that she is dying to have Matt throw her up against the wall and wear her out. And when the time comes that they get a taste of one another, their chemistry is crazy hot. Max Monroe was able to bring together the raw passionate fucking that accompanies lust mixed with tender, sweet moments that come with love. What a fan-fucking-tastic cocktail that was, one that I could imbibe over and over again.

I’m not sure what I was expecting when I first dove into Wonderland. I think a part of my imagination had a desire for the laugh out loud humor we got with the Billionaire gang and while I’ll admit humor certainly accompanied the likes of Matt and Alex, though more Alex. . .it was different, don’t worry it was in a good way. But when it was all said and done, the last page was turned and the hangover had set, Max Monroe did what they do best and that’s create characters that you wish you knew and a story that made it impossible to escape from. Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingAlex in Wonderland by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comMax Monroe | www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

     

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Dr. ER (St. Luke’s Docuseries Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe

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Dr. ER (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comDr. ER (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comDr. ER (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: I am so about to shock the shit out of all you BXTCHES and even I can’t believe that I’m about to utter type the following, but. . .this book can absolutely be read as a stand-alone. While I loved Dr. OB (book #1) and I highly recommend that you read it, the only thing really tying these two book together is the reality show that the two (and eventually three) doctors become a part of and even that is just a whisper in this story. Other than that, the main ones from the first installment do make some appearances, but it’s not enough to take away from Scott, Harlow and any other facet that makes this book so fucking great. So, let’s get started, shall we?

Dr. ER will be told through the POV of both Harlow and Scott.

If you skipped straight over the introduction to Will (book #1), no worries, Max Monroe does a good job with a quick hello during the prologue. This is where we also meet Scott Shepard or what he soon becomes known as. . .Dr. ERotic. Now, I’m all about being somewhat of a polite BXTCH, so in case the whole OB/GYN scene wasn’t for you or maybe you’re just now discovering the genius that is Max Monroe and you decided that this is where you want to start, we are gonna have to play a quick game of catch-up. Will Cummings, Scott Shepard and Nick Raines (coming to us in much greater detail on August 29) have all agreed to allow cameras to follow them around and star in a docuseries. It didn’t go too well for Will, but he did get the girl in the end, so all is good. Now it’s Dr. Shepard’s turn, but I think we should kick things off with Harlow, our feisty leading lady.

Frances Harlow Paige is busy living the single life in NYC. She’s got herself a tried and true bestie in Amanda, her parents are happily divorced and she works as a columnist at Gossip magazine, a job she isn’t too thrilled about, but does pay the bills. Except for the fact that it’s been ages since a dick has put a smile on her face, life ain’t too terribly shabby. The needing a dick to put a smile on her face is where we first meet up with Harlow.

Long story short, Harlow needed to get laid, like yesterday, so in her desperation, she agrees to go out on a date with Barron Alexander Conrad III-if someone with a pretentious name like that even knows how to work a cock, I’m gonna need to see it. . .live. Anywho, a vagina that hasn’t been well used lately, will suffer through just about anything, because Harlow’s goal is definitely one that ends with shouty affirmations to our Lord and Savior, but instead all she gets instead is a gash on the forehead and the shouty words to our Lord and Savior takes on a different tone.

I hope you can see where this story is going, well at least see where part of it is going. After Barron the third passes out, too much blood and all that jazz, Harlow finds herself in the St. Luke’s emergency room. Any guess who the head of the ER department and the doctor on duty is? 

So far being the star of a reality tv show has its perks, the job is going wonderfully and the women are lining up. . .when he gets the privilege of sewing up one Harlow Paige, his interest had certainly been piqued, too bad hers wasn’t.

Columnist for a gossip magazine. . .hot doctor who happens to also be the star of a reality tv show. . .this shit can basically write itself, but considering that it’s what Harlow does, then we’ll just leave it our leading lady.

Scott doesn’t do relationships, a previous bad experience has put Harlow off from making any sort of commitment. . .Harlow gets the inside scoop on one fuckhot doctor and Scott discovers that Dr.ERotic loves a good challenge and the feisty columnist is turning him on like no one previous. . .I mean c’mon this is the shit that great rom-coms are made of.

But don’t worry BXTCHES, Max Monroe does throw some drama our way, I mean you can’t fuck your way through a chunk of the population and not have some of that broken heart not come back and bite you right in the dick. And, Harlow brings her own set of luggage to the party. So, it’s not all fun and games and stitches and dicks, there’s gonna be a part of this book that may have your heart dropping a bit.

Besides the ability to tell fantastic stories, Max Monroe is brilliant when it comes to writing supporting characters. The magic was brought to us first in the Billionaire Bad Boys Series and it continues to be the case for this one. Usually when I dive into a series, I can’t wait to catch up with the ones that I have already fallen for, but we didn’t get that a lot here, it was brief and I wasn’t even disappointed. And to be honest, I wouldn’t be mad if we were able to get some backstory on the parental units that come from any of these series, that is how well they are written. They are witty, they are hilarious, they are inappropriate, they are loving. . .basically, they are everything one should strive to be when the time comes to shit out some offspring. Every character written to tell this story, played the part and played it well. . .they all helped in making the page turn, while keeping the story captivating.

The sex was good, which if you have already plowed through Kline and Georgia OR Thatch and Cassie OR Wes and Winnie OR Will and Melody, then you know how well the dancing goes down between the sheets in a Max Monroe book, but as crazy as it may sound, my favorite part of the panty melting action in Dr. ER happened to be the dirty talk, I’m a sucker for some words that make the toes curl and those words got used in all the right places.  I’m telling you BXTCHES the dirty word dictionary went to work overtime because they hit right when the time was right.

Lots of couples have been brought to life by the two who call themselves Max Monroe and while I don’t know who occupies the top spot (it really just depends on who I’m reading at that moment), I do believe that Scott and Harlow are close to it. In my experience, sometimes it’s hard to top the lead off couple in a series, but Max Monroe managed to pull the impossible. . .so now I guess we have to wait and see how hard we fall for Nick.

I think I’m nine books into the fabulousness that is Max Monroe and I have yet to be disappointed. Every page turned, every story told, every character created. . .was worth the time spent. And while I still may not know who Max or Monroe actually are (though I always think I’m starting to figure it out), as long as they keep giving me the humor mixed with great stories and characters that I fall in love with, not to mention the escape they are so kind to bless me with. . .so in a nutshell, I don’t give a fuck what you call yourself as long as you continue to call yourselves storytellers.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingDr. ER (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comMax Monroe | www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

     

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Dr. OB (St. Luke’s Docuseries, Book #1) by Max Monroe

Dr. OB (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

Dr. OB (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comDr. OB (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comDr. OB (St. Luke's Docuseries, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: Brace yourself BXTCHES, this warning is about to get pretty wordy and maybe a bit confusing. Dr. OB is the first book in this series, so one would think that you’re about to get in on the ground floor. . .you’re in a good spot, right? I guess in theory you certainly are, but while you’re doing your happy dance. . .I may be about to shut that fun down. Dr. OB is not the very first time we meet Will, which is why this particular BXTCH was so stoked about this book. We actually met this fine fucker way back in Tapping the Billionaire, which is the very first book of the Billionaire Bad Boys series. That book features Kline and Georgia (Will’s sister), we also got a glimpse of Will in Scoring the Billionaire, the third book of the Billionaire series. I tell you all of that, so I can tell you the following. During Dr. OB, the ones that we fell hard for in the Billionaire Bad Boys series, will make some cameo’s in this book, so while those of us who have read the Billionaire series get to play some catch-up, those of you who have yet to be blown away will be missing out. But don’t fret, you won’t be confused, but if you decide to read Dr. OB, and then go back and meet everyone else, you may be spoiled, and not in a “you’re a princess, let me rub you’re feet kinda way.” So, that’s all. . .let’s get to it.

Dr. OB will be brought to us from the POV’s of both Will and Melody. 

If you haven’t figured out what exactly it is that Will Cummings does for a living, I guess I’ll put you out of your misery. . .he’s an OB/GYN, I know, I know. . .what a shock. While he is cruising along in life and doing a wonderful fucking job at it, an opportunity for him to be featured in a docuseries, that will follow him and some other doctors at his hospital, comes his way. He says yes and his life is about to forever be changed.

Melody Marco’s life has gone on a bit of a road trip and not the kind that has your hair blowing in the wind while you sing your favorite 80’s hits as loud as your lungs will allow. No, this road trip has brought Melody right back to her parent’s front door. Being crammed into a two bedroom apartment with her jazzercise crazed mom and her metal loving dad, makes moving out at the top of the to-do list, which means finding a job is paramount, so actually move that to the top of the list.

Luckily for Melody, her mom just happens to be friends with Will’s mom. And Will happens to be in need of a nurse at his practice. And there you have the very condensed story of how Will meets Melody. Now it’s time for the good stuff.

Nursing isn’t Melody’s passion, it’s more like her necessity. Necessity it may be, but once she lays eyes on the very sexy Will Cummings, her fantasy of Scott Eastwood becomes a distant memory (don’t worry, you’ll get it). And like any great rom-com, obstacles make themselves very well known before anyone can reach the very coveted HEA. Of course there’s the employer/employee relationship, that could get in the way. . .there’s also the fact that our hottie doctor spends his days wrist deep in the vag. Add that to the fact that the man has many a woman coming in so that it’s him specifically wrist deep and you can see where a new young lover could have some issues with that. And let’s not forget about the all important docuseries and while I’m not going into any great detail, but considering it’s the premise for the book, it does play a pretty relevant role. Ohhh, but I will tell you that through the show he does earn the nickname Dr. OBscene, okay that’s all I can say about that.

Like I mentioned in my very long winded warning, we get some updates on the Billionaire Bad Boys bunch, while making some new introductions. We met and fell for Will’s parents in Georgia’s story and that love will grow even more in Dr. OB, and you can add Melody’s to the list of ‘rents we all love, because those two will wiggle their way in whether you like it or not. So you see, we got ourselves a great ensemble going here and I didn’t even mention the office staff that Melody finds herself surrounded by. We also have two more books coming up in this series and if the covers are anything to go by. . .we are in for a very early Christmas.

I don’t write books (duh!), but I have read a lot and I have read very funny books that have me headed in the right direction until we meet up in the bedroom, then somehow the action doesn’t flow as well and I wind up losing my erection, and that’s no fun. But, Max Monroe does the job and they do it well. Let’s just say that Will Cummings was given the perfect name. 

I can only hope that Max Monroe blesses us all with the half books that come in between their full novels. It’s hard when you love a particular series so much because the expectation level going into that author’s next series is set pretty high. But there was no letdown here, there was no “sophomore slump”. . .it captivated, it brought the funny, it also brought the sexy, it brought a bit of angsty rom-com drama, so in a nutshell. . .it really hit the spot.  Just take it and use it as the escape that it’s intended to provide, because let’s face it. . .we can all use that vacation.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be Reading

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Scoring Her (Billionaire Bad Boys Series, Book #3.5) by Max Monroe

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Scoring Her (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #3.5) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comScoring Her (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #3.5) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comScoring Her (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #3.5) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: Scoring Her is the last in the Billionaire Bad Boys Series and as usual, please read this series in the following order: Tapping the Billionaire (book #1)-Tapping Her (book #1.5)-Banking the Billionaire (book #2)-Banking Her (book #2.5)-Scoring the Billionaire (book #3)-Scoring Her (book #3.5). All of the novels in this series feature a couple while bringing in the rest of the characters and the novellas will finish up the previous book, while introducing the featured couple of the next book. So just in case you are even thinking about reading any of these titles as stand-alones, I am here to tell you not to do it. This series is highly enjoyable and you will be missing out on the best of it if you decide to go rogue.

Scoring Her will be told through the POV’s of everyone. . .Kline, Georgia, Thatch, Cassie, Wes, and Winnie. Enjoy.

The entirety of Scoring Her will take place in the Bahamas at the Atlantis Hotel, jeez that alone is enough to make a BXTCH jealous. Well, Scoring the Billionaire ended there and Scoring Her just picks it up. They have all gathered there because Georgia has arranged for the boys of the New York Mavericks to participate in the Miss Teen USA pageant and since Kline is the other half of Georgia, he comes along for the ride and since Wes owns the Mavericks and Winnie is the team physician, they are both gonna enjoy some nice time in the sun. Thatch and Cassie have zero affiliation with any of it, but of course, they have hitched a ride and them along with their new baby, Ace, are ready for some relaxation.

This review should be short, sweet, and to the point. There is absolutely no drama involved in the wrapping of this series. It’s just good ole’ fashioned closure. 

Let’s start with Kline and Georgia. There’s not too much to report on the flagship couple. Georgia has chosen to do a bit of team building and a little promotion for the Mavericks by having them perform on the Miss Teen USA pageant, much to Wes’ chagrin. The last thing he needs is one of his players hooking up with a pageant contestant, which of course leads to a team meeting-which actually happened in Scoring the Billionaire, but I’m sure you know that, since you followed instructions and read this series in order, right? Good BXTCH. Anyway, the appropriate amount of threats were doled out to the team and now they can get down to the fun.

Back to Kline and Georgia, there is a bit of stress happening with one of our favorites. They are having some trouble getting themselves knocked up. Add to it that Cassie got pregnant accidentally and you have a Georgia who is a little down in the dumps, which when the wifey ain’t happy, neither is Kline. I don’t really want to confuse you BXTCHES, Georgia is extremely happy to be the godmother to Abe and holds no resentment whatsoever towards her bestie. She’s just having a hard time coming to grips with the fact that she may not be able to give Kline a baby and what that’ll mean for their marriage. But I promise, there really is no drama.

Thatch and Cassie are just trying to get some time together as husband and wife and not so much as mom and dad. Cassie is hoping to accomplish this at all costs, even if it means politely waiting at the door and allowing Kline to finish pounding into his wife, before she interrupts to ask them to babysit. The term “daddy” takes on a whole new meaning in the relationship between Cassie and Thatch. Cassie is just as Cassified as ever, she even goes as far as almost breastfeeding the masseuse. C’mon, every breastfeeder ever knows that when those puppies fill up, any relief is needed, regardless of where that said relief comes from. Thatch is as in love as ever with Cass, especially now that she has blessed him with a son, he also has deemed himself the worlds best husband (my words, but you’ll get what I mean) and uses his husbandry skills to their finest, by offering up advice, warranted or not. I’m gonna miss Thatch and Cass.

Wes and Winnie are the only couple not yet hitched, although Wes is hoping to change that. Besides the tiny amount stress suffered when Wes found out about the pageant contestants being of the “teen” variety (again last book), this trip is really a trip for him to enjoy with Winnie and Lexi. Lexi is using her time very wisely by educating any and everyone on the marine life of the Atlantis. Really, anything Atlantis. If you needed more of a push to fall in love with everything Wes, Winnie, and Lexi. . .Scoring Her will push you right over the edge.

Usually I use this portion of the program to gush over how well the supporting cast was written. But in Scoring Her, there really isn’t a supporting cast per se. They are all there, equally fantastic. I love a great ensemble book/series and the Billionaire Bad Boys delivers, almost orgasmically.

Speaking of orgasms, they’re in abundance. While the couples are a hoot when they all get together, they are just as fucking sexy and hot when they get their one on one times as couples. As funny as this series happens to be, there is worry about the humor spilling over too much in the bedroom, because while some of it may be funny, the majority of the bedroom happenings hits it right where it needs to be. You most certainly will not be wanting for anything.

Well shit, this is the end of a great series and while this BXTCH may be somewhat sad, I gotta say that I’m pretty excited to see what’s next from the mysterious Max Monroe. There was a mention in the acknowledgements of this particular book that we may be getting some goods on the boys of the New York Mavericks. . .so, a BXTCH can’t be too sad about that. But not for nothing, I should probably take the time to say thank you to whoever the fuck Max Monroe actually is. This series provided me with great laughs, embarrassingly so at times (so, thank you for that as well), it gave an escape whenever I needed to get away, it allowed me to fall in love with some really awesome characters and while we have to bid farewell to them, I can’t wait to read the next tribe that your wonderfully construed imaginations come up with.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingScoring Her (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #3.5) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Banking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe

Banking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

Banking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBanking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBanking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: Please heed this warning. . .Banking the Billionaire is not meant to be enjoyed UNTIL you have first cuddled up with Tapping the Billionaire (book #1) and Tapping Her (book #1.5). It’s not that I think you’ll be left less than satisfied if you start your relationship with the Billionaire Bad Boys with Thatch and Cassie, it’s just you’ll have no idea how satisfied you could be by starting at the beginning. In book #1, as the respected best friends of Kline and Georgia, we meet Thatch and Cassie, that relationship begins to develop in book #1.5 and Banking the Billionaire is where it is all pulled together. Oh, and can we give a great big “HALLELUJAH” the the one who gave us this cover, that’ll give a BXTCH her own moment of silence.

Banking the Billionaire will be told through the POV’s of both Thatch and Cassie.

So, for a quick re-cap. . .you’ll remember the attraction between Thatch and Cassie was certainly felt while we were busy falling in love with Kline and Georgia. Then they were given the huge responsibility of cat sitting the devil aka Walter, which they miserably failed at, but a relationship took root nonetheless, albeit between Cassie’s huge tits and Thatch’s supercock, but a relationship is a relationship and they all have to start somewhere, right?

What starts out as some pretty innocent teasing and texting, soon turns into co-habitation, with neither party willing to back down. Okay, I should probably back up some. Neither Thatch nor Cassie are commitment type of people. Though, Thatch is probably a bit closer to that part of adulting than Cassie is. Thatch’s last relationship was high school (he’s now 35) but after seeing how happy Kline is and coming off of celebrating his parents 40th wedding anniversary, he’s starting to see more of a bigger picture. Cassie on the other hand has never, ever ever, even been in a relationship. It’s hard to know if it’s because she has a phobia of commitment or if she’s not feeling it with someone, and her belief is why hang on when it’s not going to go anywhere. Also, in the beginning of her career (she’s a pretty sought after photographer) she traveled a shit ton, which didn’t really leave a lot of time to find the one.

Regardless, Thatch and Cassie find themselves awfully flirtatious via text and with each one trying to one up the other (by essentially pranking) one thing leads to the next, and that’s how they wind up living together. Crazy, right? The problem or not the problem, depending on your viewpoint, is neither one of them is willing to back down and give in, so soon enough, they’re not only sharing a bed, but supercock and big tits are sharing each other and they are both finding out that while the feelings that they both feel are definitely foreign, they are not all that unwelcome.

In Kline and Georgia’s story, they hit a snafu, one that broke them apart, but ultimately they find themselves back together and at the alter. With any great rom com, there has to be a bit of drama, kinda like ordering a Big Mac with an ice cold Diet Coke, you know. . .to balance it out and all, and Thatch and Cassie are surely not immune from those scales. I can’t give too much away when it comes to the serious side of Banking the Billionaire, but I can tell you this. . .it was pretty heavy and quite sad, add in the dynamic of Cassie’s personality, and it made it that much more somber.

The cast of the Billionaire Bad Boy Series is so fucking fantastically written, holding yourself back from just going from book to book is challenging, but you’ll also find yourself almost torn, because what if you like the next couple more than you did the previous one? See the dilemma? Having said all of that, I can tell you this. . .this is probably one of the best ensemble series I have read. So far, four different main characters, four very different personalities, and they are each incredibly written, equally so. In Banking the Billionaire, we get to meet a bit more of Thatch’s side, some friends from high school (Frankie and Claire) and their daughter, Mila, who will just sweep you off of your feet. Within each main book, we are able to get just enough of a glimpse of the next featured couple that it may very well have you salivating at the fingertips (if that is even a thing). And in this case we get Wes (Georgia’s boss) and Winnie as appetizers, but hang on the main course is coming up. 

Surely the only expectation one has when reading about a supercock and great tits involves a racing heart and melting panties, don’t worry, you would be spot on. The sexual tension grew thicker and thicker during Tapping Her and it all came to a bursting head (pun definitely intended) when Cassie took Thatch for a ride. And that’s even with her falling asleep right smack on his cock BEFORE he got his happy ending. They redefine bedroom gymnastics, they redefine. . .up against the wall. . .hot in the shower. . .blowjobs beneath the desk. . .happy endings in the bathroom. . .they spread it around evenly and often and we are all left satisfied in the end.

I honestly don’t have a good reason as to why I continued to put this series on the back burner, especially after book #1 had me laughing out loud and wanting more. But what can I say, sometimes this BXTCH can be a real bitch. Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingBanking the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #2) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Tapping the Billionaire (Bad Boy Billionaires Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe

Tapping the Billionaire (Bad Boy Billionaires Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comTapping the Billionaire (Bad Boy Billionaires Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comSynopsis TagTapping the Billionaire (Bad Boy Billionaires Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book Reviews
Tapping the Billionaire (Bad Boy Billionaires Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Here’s the deal. I actually wasn’t going to give this book a chance. Why, you ask? Because I feel like so many books I come across lately are. . .Billionaire this OR Billionaire that, you know what I mean? And, unfortunately, most have the same premise, so my initial reaction was. . .uggg, not again. And, I even took the cover into consideration (how great is that cover, by the way). Oh, how wrong this BXTCH was. This book is so fan-fucking-tastic, I just hope I have the right words to describe how giddy I am over Tapping.

Tapping will be told through both Kline and Georgia’s POV.

Kline Brooks is the President and CEO of Brooks Media, making him fall into billionaire status. Of course, that title alone comes with lots of pussy, right? Well, yes it does, but Kline Brooks isn’t your typical billionaire playboy. He may be magical in the bedroom, but he does like to practice monogamy and give the lady what is deserved. 

Georgia Cummings is the director of marketing for Brooks Media and their latest venture is a dating app called TapNext and as a single employee of the company, she is required to have her own TapNext profile which is how her relationship actually begins with one very single and very hot Kline Brooks. It’s just unbeknownst to either one of them that they are actually speaking to one another through the dating app. So, when Kline is somewhat desperate for a date to a charity event, he’s a little shocked that he’s never really noticed just how spectacularly beautiful Georgia Cummings is. 

Asking Georgia out may have been a way for Kline to avoid any blind dates his mom was set to arrange, but after a night out, some lime juice, and what may very well have been an overdose on Benadryl, Kline knows a good thing when he sees it and he knows that Georgia is the real deal. So with that, date #2 is quickly in the works.

While Georgia and Kline are hitting it off pretty wonderfully, their TapNext profiles are still engaging in back and forth banter, in fact, Georgia is spilling some pretty personal secrets to Kline, while seeking any advice he can offer her regarding her blooming relationship with well, Kline. Confusing? So here goes. Georgia is TAPRoseNext and Kline is BAD_Ruck. . .their profile pics are of one another’s best friends, so they have no idea that when they’re engaging in convo through the app, that they are actually speaking to one another. I’m sure you can imagine where this is eventually going to go right? Because even the best rom com needs a bit of drama.

The ones that surround Kline and Georgia in Tapping, add such a deep and hilarious layer to an already remarkably told story, you’ll find yourself falling even deeper in love. We get a pretty good introduction to Cassie (Georgia’s roomie and BFF) and Thatch (Kline’s go to), which is good, because their story is book #2 and after enjoying their personalities in this book, you know immediately that Cassie and Thatch together is going to be sensational. Get ready to even fall in love with both sets of ‘rents. Georgia’s mom is a sex therapist and let’s just say growing up in the Cummings home with a sex therapist as your mom gets you sent to places such as masturbation camp (not really what it’s called, but you get the gist). Georgia has an older brother, Will, who is an ER doctor and the one who tagged it “masturbation camp”, so you can only imagine the kind of relationship that they have with one another. I would’ve liked to have a bit more Will, but that’s just me being a selfish BXTCH. Kline is not your typical billionaire, he is very down to earth and not at all extravagant and once you meet his parents, you know exactly where he gets it from. A lot of times the surrounding characters in a book are just pieces that come together and really just fill in the empty spaces, sometimes they fit, sometimes they don’t. But in Tapping, they truly all fit together to form the best puzzle possible.

Oh mercy me, the sexual chemistry between Kline and Georgia will have you setting the sheets on fire. I should probably tell you that Georgia is still a proud owner, maybe not proud, but an owner nonetheless, of her V-Card. Something that TAPRoseNext has decided to not only share with BAD_Ruck, but seek advice from regarding her purity status. It may take Kline and Georgia a bit of time to get to the actual act of punching the card, but the getting there is almost as hot and once that door is opened and explored,  Kline and Georgia together. . .in bed. . .exploring. . .loving. . .fucking. . .will most certainly set the loins a blazing and the toes a curling. 

Tapping gives you everything one could want in a romantic comedy. We get a fierce leading lady, a super hot leading man (who’s not an asshole), a supporting cast who holds their own, comedy that will have you laughing out loud and sex that may make you a bit jealous. And to think, I almost passed this book up because of the title. One would think I learned absolutely nothing in elementary school. Whoever Max Monroe is (check out the website), they have done such a remarkable job with Tapping, not only can I not wait for Banking the Billionaire to be released, I actually may be salivating in anticipation. While we wait for Thatch and Cassie, we will be graced with Tapping Her, a novella coming soon, stay tuned. One-click. . .you will be thanking me.Bxtches Be Reading5 Star Read for Bxtches Be ReadingFavorite Quotes TagTapping the Billionaire (Bad Boy Billionaires Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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